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    trim sensor on heavy duty swivel bracket

    Do heavy duty swivel brackets take 841198A1 trim sensors? I have bought this sensor and it seems it doesn't fit anywhere on this bracket.

    http://www.mercruiserparts.com/Show_...8Heavy+Duty%29

    This is a 2002 300x

    Your help is much appreciated!

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    any help anyone?!

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    I thought they did away with those a long time ago but, if you take off the retainer plates that hold the pin in the trim cyl., you can tell if it's keyed(slotted)to accept the sender




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    hi and thanks for your reply.

    are you referring to item 18, if so nope it doesnt fit their either.. Click image for larger version. 

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    He's referring to the earlier heavy duty clamp, with the switch mounted in the saddle. The configuration on the newer engine you have appears to be different.



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